Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Professional painting, sculpting or drawing.
Help to maintain the appearance inside and outside the building.
Help with a wide range of repairs.
Help to grow and cultivate plants.
Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.
Be ready to meet people while staying in a shared dorm.
Get your free breakfast, the most important meal of the day.
Free lunch is served y'all, get yours!
Have your free dinner before going to bed.
Don’t miss a thing! Get free tours and explore.
Learn or improve your language skills.
Get a certificate of completion after you finish your experience.
Worldpackers team will guide and advise you before, during and after your trip.
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We need volunteers to join us in our building projects and also painting and decorating the buildings. Helping also with some chores at the construction site and make gardens to make the place beautiful, nice looking and attractive.Learn more
Beginner English or Beginner English
Between 18 and 80 years old
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I have been at this project for 2 1/2 month and altough you may think that now I know this place in and out, there were still new things to discover. Be it a new place in Kisesa or a new kid you somehow didn't notice before.
Coming to the children - they are truly amazing. Each and everyone of them is different and it is something else to see them live their lifes in such a young age. In these 2 1/2 months alone I saw them change and even grow up a little bit.
Not less amazing is the founder of the school, William. He is such a kind guy and a true visionary in all kinds of places.
Even if i tell you everything, it will never gets close as the experience really is. I have no worlds to describe the lovely time that I had with those children. They are lovely, beautiful and innocents little creatures living happly even with hard life that they have. I miss them every single day and I wish I have the chance to see them again. I love every single little angel that I have meet in Mwanza and I hope people keep going there to help them and giving them the chance or a fresh energy to do not give up studying.
It was an incredible experience and just 2hat we were looking for. William and 5hr local staff were always on top of everything making sure we were happy and our needs covered. Kids are wonderful and you won't get tired of playing with them although teaching everyday without speaking the local language can be hard sometimes, it's good if you prepare some precious games for each day. I recommend this opportunity and please feel free to contact me for more details,! It's a small village in the middle of the road to Mwanza, so get ready for living like a local! Best immersion into the culture!
My stancy in Sawil Pax Upendo Academy was wonderfull. William and his people treated me as a family member.
Sawil is a very nice project that is growing a lot and its nice to see the hugh effort they do to improve the life ot those 94 children.
I helped them editing videos to promote their work at social networks. I hope more people could come to Mwanza to do the same, this project has to be known arround the world.
Asante Sana, William. See you soon.
I would definitely recommend anyone to volunteering here! You can learn so much from this experience, from the commitment of William and all of the staff, the dedication of the teachers, the daily life in the community, the loving and welcoming family, the adorable kids, and the amazing work they do to empower women and promote leadership. They are always open to suggestions or any kind of help you can bring. The village is a lovely place, very safe and full of nature. Don't hesitate too much, if you have the time I think there is no better way to use it!
This host receives a lot of worldpackers and has a high average rating.
We live in a quiet village which is near Mwanza city, the second largest and fast growing city of our country, Tanzania. The area is home of the Sukuma Tribe which is the largest tribe in our country. Volunteering at our project gives our volunte...About the host